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The sons of the sword, or, The watchers from the Rhine / by Richard R. Montgomery
Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "August 27, 1924"--Cover., "Stories of adventure"--Cover., ""Spare me, great giant! If you are strong, you should be merciful!" Even while the little fellow was speaking, he struck Blanchard a very strong blow on the leg. Another tremendous shout of applause burst from the audience."--Cover illustration caption., Includes story, page 22: The boy behind the bar, or, The terrible stories he told / by William Wade.
The Iron Spirit, or, The mystery of the Plains
by an Old Scout., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "August 20, 1924"--Cover., "Stories of adventure"--Cover., "Raising his huge sword above his head, the Iron Spirit urged his horse against the ranks of the troops. Before the troopers realized his intention he had broken his way through the ranks and was dashing off at a gallop."--Cover illustration caption., Includes story, page 22: The boy behind the bar, or, The terrible stories he told / by William Wade., Previously printed as: Pluck and luck ; no. 85 and no. 567.
Red Privateer, or, The first to float the stars and stripes
by Capt. Thos. H. Wilson., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "August 13, 1924"--Cover., "Stories of adventure"--Cover., " "Irma," said the chief, "speak to me." "No!" thundered the British officer. "She shall not speak. I forbid it! I am desperate. Now go, Hal Hawkwing; your time has expired. Go, I say; I will not wait longer!" The chief's eyes flashed fire. "--Cover illustrated caption., Includes story, page 22: The boy behind the bar, or, The terrible stories he told / by William Wade., Previously printed as: Pluck and luck ; no. 566.
Young Karl Kruger, or, The richest boy in the Transvaal
by Berton Bertrew., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "July 16, 1924"--Cover., "Stories of adventure"--Cover., "Karl advanced to within fifty feet of him and fired. With a roar, the lion reared upon hi hind feet, clawed the air, and brushed one paw over his face, as if to scrape off something that had stung him."--Cover illustration caption., Includes story, page 22: The boy behind the bar, or, The terrible stories he told / by William Wade., Previously printed as: Pluck and luck ; no. 562.
The dark sons of Ireland, or, Plotting under the Shannon water
by Allan Arnold., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "July 9, 1924"--Cover., "Stories of adventure"--Cover., "Replacing the mask, the woman seized the old veteran by the shoulder, crying: "Will you not dance with me, Colonel Bell? Remember Bullah." With a yell that resounded throughout the whole tunnel, the old veteran sprang on the table."--Cover illustration caption., Includes story, page 22: The boy behind the bar, or, The terrible stories he told / by William Wade.
The houseboat boys, or, Stirring adventures in the Northwest
by Allyn Draper., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "July 2, 1924"--Cover., "Stories of adventure"--Cover., ""Pilot!" cried Tom, to Lacombe. "There's a dozen redskins pursuing two white men, and they are all in the lake swimming. We must take them up." "Ay, sir," and in another minute the houseboat was moving up to the northern point of the island."--Cover illustration caption., Includes story, page 22: The boy behind the bar, or, The terrible stories he told / by William Wade.
The young deserters, or, The mystery of Ramsey Island
by Capt. Thos. H. Wilson., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "June 4, 1924"--Cover., "Stories of adventure"--Cover., " "Let him up, you fiend!" he shouted. "Ha! Ha!" shrieked the madman. Joe looked around, and saw a rock the size of his fist lying upon the ground. He picked it up and, aiming at the giant, flung it with all his strength. "--Cover illustrated caption., Includes story, page 22: Breaking the record, or, Around the world in thirty-three days / by William Wade.
The boyhood days of "Pawnee Bill", or, From the schoolroom to the frontier
by an Old Scout., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "May 28, 1924"--Cover., "Stories of adventure"--Cover., "The rope about the neck of the unfortunate youth was cut, and standing between Dollie and Gordon, he gazed with wondering, frightened eyes upon the crowd of rough, angry men, held at bay by the revolvers in the hands of the brave boy and girl."--Cover illustrated caption., Includes story, page 22: Breaking the record, or, Around the world in thirty-three days / by William Wade.
Larry of the Lantern, or, The smugglers of the Irish coast
by Berton Bertrew., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., Includes story, page 22: Breaking the record, or, Around the world in thirty-three days / by William Wade., "The terrified youth burst through some of the sailors who had attempted to seize him, and then dashed down from the hill on which the station was built. On after him ran the Commander of the cutter and several of the sailors."--Cover illustrated caption.
Dick, "I will," or, The plucky fight of a boy orphan
by Allyn Draper., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "May 7, 1924"--Cover., "Stories of adventure"--Cover., "Never stopping to think what the result might be, he gathered his muscles together, and with a swift, agile bound was upon the hideous serpent. His face was actually bloodless-his eyes gleaming-his teeth set."--Cover illustrated caption., Includes story, page 22: Breaking the record, or, Around the world in thirty-three days / by William Wade., Previously printed as: Pluck and luck ; no. 552.
The boy in red, or, The czar's masked messenger
by R. T. Emmet., Previously published as Five cent wide awake library, vol. 1, no. 945., Caption title., "January 7, 1898."--Caption., Printed in double columns.
A coral prison, or, The two boy hermits of the Indian Ocean
by Captain Thos. H. Wilson., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "April 30, 1924"--Cover., "Stories of adventure"--Cover., "The situation of the forlorn boys seemed well nigh desperate. The stones which they flung down fell with a terrific crash. But so dexterously did Shamo and his men shelter themselves behind the protecting crag that not one was hurt."--Cover illustrated caption., Includes story, page 22: Breaking the record, or, Around the world in thirty-three days / by William Wade., Previously printed as: Pluck and luck ; no. 551.
The block house boys, or, The young pioneers of the Great Lakes
by An Old Scout., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "April 16, 1924"--Cover., "Stories of adventure"--Cover., "Quick as thought, Nate Badger changed his position and placed Nettie between himself and Bert Shirley. The boy was baffled then as regarded shooting. But, clubbing the gun, he rushed at Badger. There were many French soldiers spectators of the scene"--Cover illustrated caption., Includes story, page 22: Breaking the record, or, Around the world in thirty-three days / by William Wade., Previously printed as: Pluck and luck ; no.68 and no. 549.
The boy privateer captain, or, Lost on a nameless sea
by Capt. Thos. H. Wilson., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "March 26, 1924"--Cover., "Stories of adventure"--Cover., "Leon suddenly dashed forward, one arm about the boy, carrying him on, and the giant's sword was sent flying from his hand, and in another instant Leon's sword passed through his hip. The Englishman fell to the deck heavily."--Cover illustrated caption., Includes story, page 22: Breaking the record, or, Around the world in thirty-three days / by William Wade., Previously printed as: Pluck and luck ; no. 546.
The boy messenger of Russia, or, The Czar's secret despatch bearer / by Allan Arnold
Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "March 12, 1924"--Cover., "Stories of adventure"--Cover., "Nicholas had observed the crosson the young nobleman's breast, and he said more deferentially, as he presented the warrant: "here is the docuent, respected sir. You will find it all in legal form, I assure you."--Cover illustrated caption., Includes story, page 22: Breaking the record, or, Around the world in thirty-three days / by William Wade., Previously printed as: Pluck and luck ; no. 544.
Nameless Nat, or, A millionaire in rags
by Allyn Draper., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "February 27, 1924"--Cover., "Stories of adventure"--Cover., "Grimwood caught him by his huge black beard. It was false. It came off in the rascal's hand. A howl of terror was uttered by Grimwood as he leaped back. "Murderer! Behold your intended victim!" cried the stranger."--Cover illustrated caption., Includes story, page 22: Breaking the record, or, Around the world in thirty-three days / by William Wade.
Paddling on the Amazon, or, Three boy canoeists in South America
by Richard R. Montgomery., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "February 13, 1924"--Cover., "Stories of adventure"--Cover., "A cry of horror goes up from Tom and Frank. They all see a lasso fall over Jack's head, and behold him jerked out of his canoe bodily and drawn through the water toward the canoe of the savages."--Cover illustrated caption., Includes story, page 22: Breaking the record, or, Around the world in thirty-three days / by William Wade.
Young Jack Harkaway fighting the pirates of the Red Sea
by Bracebridge Hemyng., Caption title., "August 27, 1897."--Caption., Printed in double columns.
Tick Tack, the messenger boy, or, Sharp work for a million
by Robert Lennox., Caption title., "August 20, 1897."--Caption., Printed in double columns.
actor's son
by Gus Williams., Previously published as Five cent wide awake library, vol. 2, no. 1130., Caption title., "August 13, 1897."--Caption., Printed in triple columns.
Southern boy in New York, or, Bound to make his money
by H. K. Shackleford., Caption title., "August 6, 1897."--Caption., Printed in double columns.
Bob the waif, a story of life in New York
by Howard Austin., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "November 28, 1923"--Cover., "Stories of adventure"--Cover., "Bob tipped the cask over, and with the assistance of his fellow-apprentices they pulled the drunken cooper out, and carried him to a shed where they placed him on some shavings to sleep off his jag undisturbed by anybody."--Cover illustrated caption., Includes story, page 22: Breaking the record, or, Around the world in thirty-three days / by William Wade., Previously printed as: Pluck and luck ; no. 36.
Young Jack Harkaway in Arabia
by Bracebridge Hemyng., Caption title., "July 30, 1897."--Caption., Printed in double columns.
Driven apart, or, The trip of the Daisy
by Captain Thos. H. Wilson., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "November 21, 1923"--Cover., "Stories of adventure"--Cover., "Before he could shoot at Don he received a kick that drew a groan of agony from his lips, sent the pistol flying and rolled him down the hill, with Silas after him. Don jumped up and seized the weapon."--Cover illustrated caption., Includes story, page 22: Breaking the record, or, Around the world in thirty-three days / by William Wade.
From errand boy to lawyer, or, Bound to be at the top
by R. T. Emmet., Caption title., "July 9, 1897."--Caption., Printed in double columns.